by zozsablink on Nov 28, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Hatchback
Any time it isn't raining or snowing,
This car is breathtaking to drive!
I've always called it my "affordable"
sports car. Insurance isn't that bad,
and gas miliage is around 13mpg. I
get all the enjoyment of the most
expensive sports car, but don't pay
for it! (Besides, why would you spend
$100,000 + for a Ferrari that can do
180? Where, honestly, are you gonna go
that fast?) My Z is the love of my
by Iroclady91 on Jun 18, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Hatchback
My 91 Custom Made IROC Z-28, (I know
it's not possible) all of this was
done in Ca.by the original owner. She
only has 53,300 original miles. The
interior still looks brand new. I get
asked to sell her all the time, they
leave notes in my gas tank door. It
has power everything, never been
wrecked and she's still beautiful. I
don't want to sell her. Hubby made me
buy a new Impala 4dr LS Sport. But I
miss driving my IROC. She is my 9th
Camaro in 32 years. Everyone wants to
take her to the drag strip. NO WAY!
wouldn't want to damage her.
by PhilMACnCheese on Jul 14, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Hatchback
My car has 140k miles on it, and the
only thing I've had to fix is the
transmission. The guy that owned it
before me drove it to the grave, and
stripped out the transmission. It got
an over-haul, and tweaked out 12% more
horsepower. My Z28 has the 5.7L vette
engine, and has over 310 horses and 350
lbs/ft torque, which is phenominally
powerful. I wouldnt trade it for
anything on the road.
Chevy loses IROC sponsorship to Dodge, and right to use IROC name. Z28 nomenclature returns on top-level Camaro. Order your RS with the 5.0-liter V8 engine, and you can opt for a 16-inch wheel and tire combination. Z28 models have a revised hood, scooped rocker panels, and a more aggressive rear spoiler. Color-keyed alloys are available.